Linking Small-Scale Fisheries to International Obligations on Marine Technology Transfer

Morgera, Elisa and Ntona, Mara (2017) Linking Small-Scale Fisheries to International Obligations on Marine Technology Transfer. Working paper. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

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    Abstract

    Scientific knowledge and technology perform several important functions in the fishery resources and the effectiveness of fishing activities, informing the regulation of fishing effort, and supporting the elaboration and implementation of strategies for the sustainable management of marine living resources. More specifically, science and technology can improve forecasting of the location of fish stocks based on physical conditions such as current circulation, temperature and salinity [1].